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Aaron B

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About Aaron B

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  1. I really enjoyed the Roast but again a lot of drop outs. Worst thing was I was using a chrome cast and it kept kinda like repeating itself then catching up once it got going again missing about 2 ~ 3 seconds at a time. Live in Aus with there awsome 100/50 NBN plan.
  2. Thanks, AskTJ I found similar info but still no leads in regards to which of the above CPU architecture helps with the correct download above.
  3. Hi LMG forum buddies, I have a QNAP TS-212 NAS and I’m trying to figure out what architecture the cpu is so I can install a version of Twonky that’s not supported factory anymore. So far I’ve found out it’s a Marvell 6282 series but can’t find any more info I need to know where it fits in this list Qnap arm-x09 package Qnap arm-x19 package Qnap arm-x31 package Qnap arm-x41 package Qnap ARM 64bits package Qnap x86 package Qnap x86-64 package Any help would be much appreciated. Aaron B
  4. thanks so much for your help all is working well. I did as NoobCase suggested but put dns server 1 the same as dns 2 will change now
  5. I have done as stated above and all is working well. Can even log into the ISP router again through the Asus router YAY!! a lil help with the static IP setup (See Pic) Also, have this issue of needing an external WAN IP (See Pic)
  6. Wow thanks very much for all your input on this you are amazing!! EDIT: Do you know why I currently can't connect to my ISP router over Wi-Fi? As requested. Microsoft Windows [Version 10.0.15063] (c) 2017 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. C:\WINDOWS\system32>ipconfig /all Windows IP Configuration Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : Acer-Laptop Primary Dns Suffix . . . . . . . : Node Type . . . . . . . . . . . . : Hybrid IP Routing Enabled. . . . . . . . : No WINS Proxy Enabled. . . . . . . . : No DNS
  7. IPv4 address: very basic knowledge. Is assisned to each individual device connected to your network? not too sure? Sub Net: very basic knowledge. for routing traffic? again not sure Router: Yes. Device for connecting your devices to either by wi-fi or ethernet Modem: Yes. Connects to isp for internet access DHCP server: kinda creates/ assigns the ip address for each device DNS: I know what it is but thats about it Gateway: not really Im willing to learn if your willing to teach.
  8. Hi LTT lads & Ladies, First post long time viewer. I've been having issues with my network setup for some time now and it just got to the point I just don't have a clue what to do next. When we moved into our house (Renting) we had to get NBN installed due to the copper lines being cut. The ISP sent us one of their provided routers (AudioCodes MP264) which worked fine but had a poor signal when outside (not even 50ft from the router). I looked around and decided on the Asus RT-AC5300 as a replacement as I thought it was NBN ready? Upon
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